Interested in volunteering at PBS Hawaii? Find out more about our individual volunteer opportunities or about bringing in a group of volunteers to help answer phones and sign up supporters during our pledge drives.
For college and high school students, volunteering is a great opportunity to grow personally and professionally by learning basic office skills and etiquette. Students will get an inside look at the responsibilities involved in generating funds and raising community support for a non-profit broadcasting station. Our friendly staff will answer questions, monitor progress and provide certificates of merit for high school credit, college or future jobs.
PLEDGE DRIVE SUPPORTERS
Join us for an evening behind the scenes at your local public television station. We encourage groups, clubs, businesses or organizations to participate in our live on-air pledge drives. Groups of approximately 19 people are needed to appear on-air, answering incoming pledge calls during our March, August and December supporter campaigns. It’s a fun way to get your group together, promote your organization and help PBS Hawaii raise the necessary funds for quality programming. Participating groups will be recognized on-air throughout the evening and in PBS Hawaii Magazine - our monthly program guide.
In addition to the hundreds of committed volunteers who help with our Pledge Drives, we are also looking for responsible individuals with good interpersonal and organizational skills to volunteer on a regular basis during the week. Volunteers will assist with mass mailings, the PBS Keiki Club, special events and various other clerical duties.